When basketball star Isaiah Austin stood in front of the crowd at June’s NBA draft, the moment had special meaning for people with genetic conditions.
Find information on personalized patient care based on genes and tailored medical plans to delay and prevent disease from our Center for Personalized Healthcare.
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According to a new study, people with a certain genetic mutation have a higher chance of developing cancer not once, but twice. Find out what the research means for patients.
Your doctor knows your health condition, but only you know your opinions and preferences. Make your voice heard.
Patients want to know what genetic information means, who can use it and who pays for it. Get answers here.
Genetic counseling provides risk assessment information that can’t affect your insurance rates. In fact, insurance companies are now required to cover the cost of genetic testing under the Affordable Care Act.
Healthcare spending in America is out of control. These three approaches can make the country's people and bank balances healthier.
When it comes to your health, who you are and where you come from matter. When you gather your family health history, include your ancestry and ethnicity.
The best family health history is built right into an electronic health record. You gather it at home — or wherever you like — and your doctor can access it anywhere.
Find out what the hot field of epigenetics can tell us about bad habits and the way cancer grows and spreads.